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[Spoiler] "Lights and Shadows" Sung Ji-ru and Ahn Gil-kang fight over Ahn Jae-wook

2011/12/13 | Permalink | Source

High quality supporting actors Sung Ji-ru and Ahn Gil-kang showed what they're good at.

The fifth episode of MBC's 50th Year Anniversary Special drama "Lights and Shadows" showed Jeong-goo (Sung Ji-ru) and Sang-taek (Ahn Gil-kang) arguing over Ki-tae (Ahn Jae-wook).

Sang-taek had started to work on making immature firstborn Ki-tae his financial backer. Jeong-goo happened to hear from Chae-yeong (Son Dam-bi) that Sang-taek met with Ki-tae.

Jeong-goo went over to Sang-taek's office and showed his displeasure.

Jeong-goo said, "Doing business behind Kang Ki-tae and I is cheating. He's mine. Don't think about taking it all in when you've succeeded".

Sang-taek replied, "I hate someone else's spoon on my dinner table".

Those who have seen this days episode say, "The supporting actors are more interesting", "How are they so good at this?" and more.

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